Bill Tom elected VP of Cattlemen’s Assoc.


Bill Tom, of Washington C.H., was recently elected as the vice president of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests important to farm families that raise cattle across the state. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) recently held elections for directors in districts 2, 5, 8, 11 and one at-large position. The new board then held a meeting on Dec. 7 to elect the association’s officers for 2022. The new 2022 OCA Executive Committee pictured from left to right: Tom Karr, President; Bill Tom, Vice President; Lindsey Hall, Member at Large; Aaron Arnett, Past President. (Not pictured: Linde Sutherly, Treasurer)

Bill Tom, of Washington C.H., was recently elected as the vice president of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests important to farm families that raise cattle across the state. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) recently held elections for directors in districts 2, 5, 8, 11 and one at-large position. The new board then held a meeting on Dec. 7 to elect the association’s officers for 2022. The new 2022 OCA Executive Committee pictured from left to right: Tom Karr, President; Bill Tom, Vice President; Lindsey Hall, Member at Large; Aaron Arnett, Past President. (Not pictured: Linde Sutherly, Treasurer)


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Bill Tom, of Washington C.H., was recently elected as the vice president of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests important to farm families that raise cattle across the state. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) recently held elections for directors in districts 2, 5, 8, 11 and one at-large position. The new board then held a meeting on Dec. 7 to elect the association’s officers for 2022. The new 2022 OCA Executive Committee pictured from left to right: Tom Karr, President; Bill Tom, Vice President; Lindsey Hall, Member at Large; Aaron Arnett, Past President. (Not pictured: Linde Sutherly, Treasurer)

Bill Tom, of Washington C.H., was recently elected as the vice president of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests important to farm families that raise cattle across the state. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) recently held elections for directors in districts 2, 5, 8, 11 and one at-large position. The new board then held a meeting on Dec. 7 to elect the association’s officers for 2022. The new 2022 OCA Executive Committee pictured from left to right: Tom Karr, President; Bill Tom, Vice President; Lindsey Hall, Member at Large; Aaron Arnett, Past President. (Not pictured: Linde Sutherly, Treasurer)
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/12/web1_thumbnail_2022-Exec-Committee.jpgBill Tom, of Washington C.H., was recently elected as the vice president of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, a non-profit membership organization that represents the business interests important to farm families that raise cattle across the state. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) recently held elections for directors in districts 2, 5, 8, 11 and one at-large position. The new board then held a meeting on Dec. 7 to elect the association’s officers for 2022. The new 2022 OCA Executive Committee pictured from left to right: Tom Karr, President; Bill Tom, Vice President; Lindsey Hall, Member at Large; Aaron Arnett, Past President. (Not pictured: Linde Sutherly, Treasurer) Courtesy photo